SENIOR TRIAL ASSOCIATE
Nathan Evershed is a former prosecutor and is now a defense attorney. He is familiar with both sides of the criminal justice system and is well equipped to defend you from criminal charges.
What is a Prosecutor?
A prosecutor represents the government and files criminal charges against individuals. The prosecutor needs to present enough evidence to prove his or her case beyond a reasonable doubt, whereas a defense attorney needs to present the best possible defense to assist his or her client.
Experience Is Essential
An important factor in considering choosing a criminal defense attorney is the experience one has in conducting jury trials. Nathan has tried every kind of case, so be ensured that you’ll have the experience necessary representing you. For over 11 years, Nathan was a Deputy District Attorney inside the Salt Lake County District Attorney’s Office(DA’s Office) During his time inside the DA’s Office, he became very familiar with the entire criminal process. Nathan screened cases presented by law enforcement, charged cases in court, filed and argued motions, presented evidence at all stages of the criminal process and went to jury trial dozens of times. Many of his jury trials were some of Utah’s most high profile these past 11 years.
With over a decade of experience in the DA’s Office, Nathan went to court many times a week and developed the skills to become a very effective litigator and one of the most respected criminal attorneys in Utah. With his courtroom skills, he is well equipped to defend your case.
The Criminal Justice System Is Complex - Use A Skilled Lawyer
The criminal justice system is complex and multi-leveled. Nathan has experience with each step. From the investigation stage to screening charges, to filing, to pretrial hearings, preliminary hearings, motion hearings, jury trials, and post-conviction matters.
Additionally, a jury trial is complicated as well. It includes:
Presenting a quality opening statement
Cross-examining prosecution witnesses
Establishing a defense and determining the witnesses and evidence to present to create the best defense
Determining if the client should testify and ensuring he’s prepared
Arguing jury instructions
Presenting a compelling closing argument
Nathan has years of experience with all of these aspects of the criminal justice system and could help you through it to better defend your case.
Years Of Experience With Prosecutors And Judges – For Your Benefit
With his years of experience as a prosecutor, Nathan has experience with many prosecutors, judges, and law enforcement officers. That experience gives Nathan a unique insight into how specific prosecutors view cases and how judges have ruled. These insights and relationships are useful in negotiating a case or knowing whether to take a case to trial, which Nathan has done dozens of times.
Contact Nathan Evershed
If you are looking at criminal charges, contact Nathan Evershed who has the years of experience with thousands of cases to help you achieve the best possible outcome in your case - which could be a reduction in charges or a complete dismissal.